Stats: 25-of-36, 261 yards, two touchdowns, one interception
It wasn't a great game from Tony Romo, but it could have been much worse.
What I liked from Romo's performance was that he put together a great drive late in the game to give the Dallas Cowboys an opportunity to win. In fact, had Dez Bryant not dropped the game-tying two-point conversion, the outcome of this game could have been much different.
However, even with that loss, Romo still gave his team chance to win this game. Of course, Dan Bailey couldn't hit the game-winning field goal, but that shouldn't reflect on Romo's game.
He still needs to play at a higher level so his team isn't forced into these situations, but his late-game performance was enough to earn him a decent grade this week.